Law firms on Long Island and in the Mid-Hudson region have been cleared to reopen their offices after months of business restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

In-office positions have been approved to come back in those regions, according to state officials who say key COVID-19 figures are down overall in those areas. Office positions are allowed back under phase two of the state’s economic reopening plan, which also allows for real estate services, in-store retail shopping and “limited” hair salon and barbershop services.

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